Thursday, September 18, 2003

We recently heard the President say that he did not believe that Saddam Hussein had anything to do with the September 11th attacks. He may have had ties to members of Osama bin Laden's terrorist organization, Al Qaeda, but so does everyone in the Middle East. And today Hans Blix, former weapons inspector for the UN, concedes that Iraq most likely destroyed it's arsenal of WMDs ten years ago after the first Iraq war with America. This leaves us with an important question: Why did we attack Iraq?

I can understand that we were a little trigger-happy back then, and Saddam refused to let weapons inspectors into Iraq initially; but we did finally get inspectors in there, and they found nothing. We had no reason for attacking that country. Instead of telling us whay we didn't go there, why can't they tell us why we did.


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